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Chlorantraniliprole, methoxyfenozide, spinosad and Bacillus thuringiensis provided control of young larvae; abamectin, indoxacarb and spinetoram provided the best control of mature larvae (Van Steenwyk et al.
The changes and amendments in the four Commission Regulations (EU) No 36/2014 (1), (EU) No 51/2014 (2), (EU) No 61/2014 (3) and (EU) No 79/2014 (4) are related to the Maximum Residues Levels (MRLs) for pesticides aminopyralid, chlorantraniliprole, cyflufenamid, mepiquat, metalaxyl-M, propamocarb, pyriofenone, quinoxyfen, dimethomorph, indoxacarb, pyraclostobin, cyromazine, fenpropidin, formetanate, oxamyl, tebuconazole, bifenazate, chlorpropham, esfenvalerate, fludioxonil and thiobencarb in or on food and feed of plant and animal origin imported into the EU.
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Designed to protect against fleas and ticks for a full month, Activyl uses indoxacarb for flea control and permethrin to kill and repel the four major tick species that dogs are most likely to run into.
Resistance status of Helicoverpa armigera (Hub) against mixture of Profenofos and Indoxacarb (1:1) insecticides at Faisalabad, Pakistan.
Indoxacarb is an insecticide molecule acting mainly through ingestion by insects as to be active, it must undergo bioactivation in insects by their enzymes.
Cross-resistance and genetics of resistance to indoxacarb in Spodoptera litura (Lepidoptera: Noctuidae), J.
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Effects of methoxyfenozide, indoxacarb and other insecticides on the beneficial egg parasitoid Trichogramma nr.
First, some existing insecticides not currently available for public health; chlorfenapyr and indoxacarb, for example, showed potential in areas with pyrethroid resistance (71,72).
Five of the 15 toxicological monographs approved at the September 2005 meeting evaluate compounds for the first time: dimethanamid-P, fenhexamid, indoxacarb, novaluron, and sulfuryl fluoride.
Using some of the newer pesticides (spinosity, indoxacarb, tebufenozide) when needed will help to preserve natural enemies of aphids.
This applies to the following agents: iodosulfuron methyl-sodium, indoxacarb, S-metolachlor, Spodoptera exigua nuclear polyhedrosis virus, tepraloxydim and dimethenamide-P.